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let ae's talk about preside obama. should he appoints someone to the supreme court or leave it to the successor? use the hash tag #keeptalking. >> coming up to "america's newsroom" at 9:00. >> you're headed to "fox & friends" right now. >> bye. hi, good morning. back to work monday, the 15th of february, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. new details raising new questions in the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. with rulings on key issues like obamacare and immigration hanging in the balance. plus, the battle for scalia's seat on the supreme court quickly taking a political turn over who will appoint his replacement. one top liberal calling out the republicans. >> this kind of obstructionism isn't going last, and you know, we democrats didn't do this. >> oh, yeah, you did, chuck schumer. we'll explain ahead. >> yes. and with just days to go
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before the south carolina primary, the candidates pulling out all the attack ads, even taking a page from hollywood to hit hillary clinton. ♪ feel good to be a clinton ♪ a server full of secrets >> wait until you see what the voters think of that one. we brought it front and center because mornings, especially on this presidents' day, are better with friends. ♪ hi, welcome to "fox & friends" for this holiday. it is presidents' day, although still officially washington's birthday. >> yep. the day after valentine's day. and a big news weekend. >> really? >> absolutely. >> on today's show, two wannabe presidents and two -- and one first president is going to be here live. >> the first president of the united states. >> george washington. >> going to be here? >> the actual president, or a reenactor? >> in 29 minutes. >> okay. this is going to be good. >> we'll make real news this morning. >> that's right. plus, jeb bush and ted cruz
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back on the show. don't miss it. three hours. right to this, though. honoring a conservative crusader. >> supreme court justices remembering justice antonin scalia this morning as new details emerge surrounding the official cause of his death in texas. >> we have more live from washington, d.c., on the latest developments. >> reporter: good morning. so by now just scalia's body should be back home in virginia. it was being flown overnight on a private plane from el paso, texas, to fairfax. before that plane ever took off, the politics over his replacement was already in full swing here in washington. on saturday night, hours after scalia's death was made public, president obama defied senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's request to wait to nominate a replacement until after the election. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. there will be plenty of time for me to do so and for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to
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give that person a fair hearing and a timely vote. >> senate republicans are vowing to block any nomination that president obama put forward. they argue a lame duck president with less than a year in office should not be able to tip the balance of the supreme court. >> if the democrats want to replace the nominee, they need to win the election. >> the president can nominate whoever he wants. the senate shouldn't move forward until after the election. >> yesterday, scalia's body was escorted to the airport from the west texas ranch where he was found dead saturday morning. initially it was reported that the 79-year-old had died of a heart attack. now a texas county judge told fox news that that was an error. she says that scalia died of natural causes, and that an autopsy is not necessary. there were no signs of foul play. justice scalia was 79 years old. >> all right. thank you very much. >> couldn't believe how remote the place in which he was. evidently hollywood celebrities go there or big-time rich people or exclusive people go there for
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total privacy. they couldn't even get a cell phone out there. >> yeah. it's way out in west texas. we should point out one of the reasons that they were so quick to declare it natural causes after that initial story it a heart attack was apparently scalia had gone to see his doctor in washington on wednesday and on thursday, and then he flew out to texas on friday. both visits to the doctor midweek in washington, he just wasn't feeling well. >> he wasn't feeling well. but this death certainly unexpected. and it's -- sending a ripple through washington, really throughout the united states, as to who is going to replace him. one of the big topics covered saturday night. one of the other big topics is the republicans say, you know, given the fact that the president is in the last year of his term, we should go ahead and invoke the thurmoan rule who objected to the appointment of
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lbj to the supreme court. back then the saying was that you should never put somebody up for a lifetime appointment in the last six months of a president's term. now, it has been expanded to about a year. it is not universally accepted. however, the republicans seem to be adamant. you know what, if he brings somebody up and says he will, they won't vote on it. >> yeah. we heard in kristin fisher's report that ted cruz said he would filibuster. senator chuck schumer office abc, one of the sunday shows, and said this is not fair that republicans would want to do this. we've got something to show you on the other side. listen to this first. >> you know, the constitution, ted cruz holds the constitution when he walks through the halls of congress. let him show me the clause that says the president's only president for three years. this kind of obstructionism isn't going to last. and you know, we democrats didn't do this. >> obstruction o.j. simpsisn't ,
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and we didn't do this. we have the tape from 2007 when he said this. >> we should not confirm any bush nominee to the supreme court except in extraordinary circumstances. >> is there one of those extraordinary circumstances? he didn't have the opportunity. he didn't want one. that was his worry. in the big picture, the democrats going to be pushing straight ahead to try to get the nomination up. they're going to put somebody up there right away. the president's going to make it his personalcottedage industry the next -- personal cottage industry the next 12 months. you know what i think, it's going to increase the amount of people who show up to vote by 25%. they'll realize not only are you voting for the next president, you're voting for the ballot on the supreme court. >> meantime, more divisiveness within the country. >> absolutely. keep in mind, politics aside, this was a guy who died. and yet, from the apparently intolerant left, look at some of the tweets out there about --
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given the death plaintiff -- death of mr. scalia. tweets from people who said things like can clarence thomas be next? fingers crossed clarence thomas is next. someone should stand next to clarence thomas at scalia's funeral and whisper "your turn." in the twitter-verse, there are a number of people who would like the only african-american on the supreme court to die quickly. >> what is this world coming to? when i saw this, i thought, this has got to be some sick joke. who does that? >> in looking at his life, i had no idea he had great relationships with other liberals on the bench from kagan to ruth bader ginsburg. that they used to hang out. it shows you can disagree vehemently in every fiber of your body, but that's just politics. it is -- put that aside, we can be friends. meanwhile, it's impossible to watch saturday's debate and not
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be stunned by some of the dialogue going on. donald trump in particular going after jeb bush by going after bush 43. and here's a little of the dialogue. and donald trump not only doesn't take the -- takes the position of democrats, he goes further left and takes the position of michael moore and "code pink." listen -- >> george bush made a mistake. we can make mistakes. that one was a beauty. we should have never been in iraq. there were no weapons of mass destruction -- [ boos ] >> i'm sick and tired of him going after my family. my dad is the greatest man alive in my mind. >> jeb bush had the wrong answer there. keep your family out of this. all you have to say is -- al gore, bill clinton, every single western leader, all had evidence that they had weapons of mass destruction there. if you want to go and reconstruct the build-up to the war and ignore all the u.n. resolutions that saddam hussein did, then you could do that. but jeb bush doesn't -- shouldn't answer with protecting
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his family. he should go with the facts. for donald trump to do that in front of a south carolina crowd, i cannot believe that that's what he came up with. >> yeah, we'll ask governor jeb bush coming up. he's going to be on the program. squeal him about the exchange and -- we'll ask him about the exchange and -- >> marco rubio had a better answer. >> he did. he said thank goodness george bush was president and not al gore and dug in to president clinton saying he should have killed osama bin laden when he had the chance. >> the 9/11 attack was plotted six years before -- in the early '90s, before 2000. could they have unwound the attack before it happened? you can look at that. whether you look at eight years of bill clinton or nine months of george bush. it's crazy. this isn't the general election. these are republicans arguing about george bush. >> so jourj bush is going to be campaigning -- keep in mind, george bush and his father, probably two of the most popular republicans alive in south carolina. we'll talk to george bush's brother, jeb, on the program,
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and ted cruz will join us at 8:30. if you've got a question, e-mail us, friends a @foxnews.com. two suspects under arrest in the shooting of a mississippi cop. corporal derek couch was responding to an armed robbery at a convenience store when the two masked suspects took off running. this surveillance video shows the pair -- the video we're showing, showed the pair moments before the allegedly robbery. couch chased them and was shot in the head in front of the police department, blocks from the convenience store. he's in critical condition this morning, and we'll be watching that. more trouble for the disgraced former new york governor, eliot spitzer. the ex-politician is now accused of attacking a woman at the plaza hotel in new york city. so far spitzer has not been charged, and his reps say there is no truth to the allegation. if you remember, spitzer resigned from office in 2008 after been linked to a prostitution ring.
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he was only 14 months into his term as governor, and he was married at the time. while you were sleeping, a virgin airlines plane bound for new york forced to return to london after a laser targeted the cockpit. the pilot suffered a medical issue as a result. just after takeoff, the plane which was carrying 252 passengers could quickly returned to heathrow airport. the airline working with police to track down the source of that laser. and a new call to arms for north korea. the country's dictator, kim jong-un, has ordered more rocket launches. this comes more than a after north korea defied the world and launched a satellite into orbit on a long-range rocket. kim jong-un praised his country's scientists for sending a message to the west. those are your headlines. back to you guys. >> more rocket launches. drives people crazy. >> he's running out of general to assassinate. i wonder what is really going on there. thanks. 11 minutes after the hour. the republican candidates unleash new attack ads in south
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carolina. >> action figure -- >> no, what does he do? >> he pretends to be a republican. >> what did the voters think? we'll give that the donald treatment next. then, an avalanche at one of our country's most famous parks. and it's all caught on camera. >> oh, boy. okay ladies, whenever you're ready. thank you. i got this. no, i'll get it! let me get it. ah uh, i don't want you to pay for this. it's not happening, honey. let her get it. she got her safe driving bonus check from allstate last week. and it's her treat. what about a tip? oh, here's one...get an allstate agent. nice! switch today and get two safe driving bonus checks a year for driving safely. only from allstate. call 866-788-0900 now. here we go, hold on man, is that a leak up there? that's a drip. oh ok.
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right now, we sit five days away from the republican primary in south carolina. and the attack ads are ramping up. how are they resonating? are they working on the voters? we have partner at ms. lanski and partners, we put them to the test. good morning you to. >> good morning. >> we'll look at the first, some people have seen the ted cruz ad with a posable action donald trump. >> look, i got the trump action figure. >> no way. what does he do? >> he pretends to be a republican. [ laughter ] >> to big to fail. >> i gave money to pelosi and anthony weiner. >> i'll give you money to be my friend. >> we wouldn't tolerate these values in our children. why would we want them in a president? >> okay. so you give it a b? >> we gave it a b.
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the dials go up and down, all over the place through the ad. what folks said was, a, it was kind of funny. b, it grabbed their attention. c, it's something they're going to talk about. those things together is what you want out of an attack ad. he other ads running where he's focusing humor. it is working really well. some are better than this one. people are really talking about them, sharing them. and that's the point of an attack ad. >> okay. meanwhile, john kasich has tried hard to keep things sunny and optimistic. here's his ad. watch this. >> my father was a postman that told me, johnny, you stand on your own two feet. you go out there and change the world. my parents were killed by a drunk driver, but my parents did not die in vain. i was transformed. i discovered my purpose by discovering the lord. i believe the lord put us on this earth to use the gifts that we've been given to bring about a healing. and that's the motivation for me. i'm john kasich, and i approved this message.
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>> okay, the voters gave it a c. and when i saw it, the yellow line, the independents was lower than the democrat. i've never seen that with your test before. >> it was really surprising. kasich is known to be a good man. the republicans did like this ad. i would give it a higher grade for republicans. overall, though, what people want to see in an ad, in a story -- and i personally love hearing personal stories from candidates -- they want to hear something that shows a different side of the candidate. something they didn't know. a lot of people know that kasich is a good guy. they want to hear stories -- they're going to tell them, what is he going to do with b them. this is about his faith. it was a good ad. he has some other positive ads running that are doing much better. kasich is sort of rising above the fray. and i think that's really important because as we saw in the debate this weekend, the death match that they're all going through now is not necessarily helping the republican party. >> all right. meanwhile, here's another one. shortly we'll have a george washington re-enactor on the program.
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who knew there were fake hillary clintons? or, there are in this ted cruz ad. ♪ damn it feels good to be clinton the famous politician plays the cause right ♪ ♪ let's dogs in the press keep it right explains what it is what they done over who ♪ ♪ they think they're entitled and you don't get to know what they do ♪ ♪ what difference does it make >> that got an a. >> an a. here, you have to remember with attack ads, the dials work differently. you're looking for an extreme reaction. then we look for the fallout questions on the survey, what sticks and what people remember. this was a great ad for an attack for hillary. it worked for cruz. >> people liked seeing hillary with a bat. final one, a bush super pac ad taking a shot at marco rubio. >> an ambitious freshman senator. can you name any accomplishments? [ clock ticking ]
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>> even his own supporters can't name one. >> the bottom line is there isn't a whole lot of accomplishments. >> we tried a rookie senator with no experience. we can't afford that risk again. marco rubio simply isn't ready for the biggest job in the world. >> okay. that wound up with a c. >> c. it was a flat. it meant nothing. seemed like a political ad people have seen before. and that's pretty much what they said. that's it. >> all right. a whole bunch -- somebody right now is making some new ones. get back to work. >> i'll be back at it. >> all right. thanks, lee. coming up on this monday, you've seen this shocking video. u.s. sailors crying at the hands of iranian captors. now, john mccain wants answers. what he is threatening to do to those sailors. and did you make a new year's resolution to go to the gym every day? how's that working out? you could be doing it completely wrong. next, the fitness tapes keep you
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time for a quick look at headlines on this presidents' day. an avalanche caught on camera. look at this. ice and snow falling down from the famed half dome rock formation at yosemite national park. the hiker who recorded the video says nye they -- says they heard a loud boom before the avalanche. thousands rappel to safety after a tram got stuck in sub-zero temperatures at a new
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hampshire ski record 40 feet in the air. the rescue crews swooped in to lower people to safety one by one. officials say there was a brake issue, and that's why it stopped. everybody else okay. anna? >> we're hoping everybody's getting it -- everyone making new year's resolutions to gets fit. as gym memberships skyrocket, so are the number of people getting hurt. >> every year, 60,000 people go to the emergency room for injuries caused by exercise equipment. how can we make sure it doesn't happen to you? we want to teach you to do it the right way. joining us is a board-certified orthopedic spine surgeon. he wants to keep you off his operating table. welcome. >> good morning. >> a lot of time people head to the gym. they're not used to being there and bite off more they can chew and hurt themselves. >> absolutely. especially in the beginning of the year. everybody wants to get the perfect body, new year's resolution. people are not patient. they want to get the results. >> this is a high-impact girl.
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for others like me that use the elliptical to warm up and work out, there's problems with. this even though it's great for your knees, there's a way of doing it wrong that worries you. >> absolutely. a lot of the exercises people do, they start with elliptical to warm up. we see how people get lazy. they start leaning -- >> hunched over. >> that's right. you start hunching over, looking at the phone a lot. the ipad. you start arching your neck and back. now you're losing your form. now you start basically having repetitive trauma which you're not realizing, to your neck and back, which sets you up for injury later on. >> no hunchback. you want to be standing up? >> stand up straight. lock everything, lock your core and belly here, lock your butt here. basically you start basically like controlled movement basically. >> there you go. >> everything moving in one fashion. >> that's perfect posture. >> yes. >> perfect posture. >> with workouts like crossfits gaining in popularity, the kettle bells, seems like everybody is trying these. what are the improper ways?
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>> exactly what he's showing. people start jerking their back and jerking their arms up and shoulders. they're doing too much weight. you need to be doing 15 to 20 reps comfortable. the way is you can see, putting one knee here, bending the knees, keeping elbows tight. everything tight. you're basically moving arms. >> so here's the thing -- don't try to impress the girls. if you're a guy, get a weight, do 10 or 15 times, your body will respond correctly. the hardest thing, also if done right one of the best things for the core if done right, squats. what are the common mistakes? >> squats, i love the exercises. i've gotten hurt myself. the form is critical. a lot of people go it about it -- go about it the wrong way. you go down too much. all the way. >> his knees are way over his feet. >> way down. you don't want to go down that much. >> you don't want to be so close to someone doing abdominals. >> exactly.
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you don't want to go down too much. you don't want your knees to come in front of your toes. you want to keep the knees basically back. lock your back. and the other thing, sometimes people go down this way. you want to go down in a controlled fashion. you don't want to go down more than 70 degrees. >> pretend you're sitting on a pool? >> yes. >> can you turn to the side so we can see the differences this way? so we can see the dwees wknees r the feet? yeah. >> let's move on to the abs. we need eight to ten boxes by the summer. what's the wrong way that you see commonly? >> a lot of people want the six pack but don't realize the six pack -- use have to do a lot of other things to get a six pack, not just crunches. a lot of times people use their neck to jerk themselves forward. >> you don't like what you're doing. you want to touch your ears -- >> touch your ears. you don't want to move your neck. your neck has to be straight. all the movement has to come from here. not your back. you don't want to jerk your back. tighten the glutes. all the movement is coming from here and contracting here. if you can do 15 right reps,
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it's better than 50 crunches by going too fast. >> i don't know if it's smart -- we just hurt your business. we've prevented more people -- >> i've done my job. >> good job, fitness models. >> looking good. >> thank you very much. >> thanks for donating the great equipment. they have great equipment, they're the ones that donate it. great products. >> high-end stuff. thank you very much. 29 minutes after the hour. coming up on the program, do you remember the army blimp that flew out of control for hours? now we know what happened. >> we're about to share it. we're about to welcome a special guest this presidents' day week. is that actually george washington? >> you promised. foresee that he would be another great future president down the road. george washington here. sit up straight, everybody. first, happy birthday to somebody who never knew george washington but would have liked
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♪ born free good morning, my friends. it's your shot of the morning. meredith from the 12 th aviation support battalion. in december we told you about operation deploy your dress that covers the cost of military balls by donating used gowns to soldiers. that there is my dress on the left. hopefully the sequin one. i don't know. nobody wanted the leopard sequin one? what happened? i don't know. >> fantastic. >> they've had thousands of gowns donated which is
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absolutely incredible. in large part it is because of you, viewers came on the program and grew by leaps and bounds. >> it organization called deploy your dress? >> operation deploy your dress. you think about how important these military galas and balls are for camaraderie for those serving. it's expensive by the time you get the gown and shoes and the car and dinner. >> awesome. >> very nice. >> when did you do that? >> before christmas. >> great. 26 minutes before the top of the hour. thank you very much for joining us on this presidents' day. we're joined with headlines. >> good morning, friends. now to your headlines. senator john mccain threatening to subpoena the ten sailors held in iran to testify about their detention. this only if the findings of the investigation are not handed over by the end of the month. the sailors were detained by iran's islamic revolutionary guards corps last month. that was after their two patrol boats strayed into iranian waters and they were free god 1
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hours later. in a few hours, a desperate search continues in delaware for an air force airman who vanished last week. his name is senior airman kiefer human. he was last seen last sunday evening. a search was launched when the 21-year-old failed to report for duty at dover air force base. his truck was found abandoned near a bridge. this morning's search focusing on the outskirts of the chesapeake and delaware canal. and new information now being released about the runaway army blimp. remember this -- reports say the blimp flew uncontrolled for hours. we all followed it. someone failed to put batteries in its automatic deflation device. broke loose in maryland last fall, then flew into pennsylvania where it was shot down. that pilotless radar-carrying blimp was part of the jlens missile defense system which cost taxpayers more than $2.7 billion since 1998. you might want to think twice before booking your next beach vacation.
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see the black dots in the water? those are tens of thousands of black tipped sharks swimming off the coast of palm beach. a professor says the sharks make the migration every year to try to find warmer water. black tipped sharks are known to attack people in florida. so far, none of the attacks have been deadly. those are your headlines. back to you. >> i'll stay out of the water. >> i was in palm beach last week. i saw them. >> were you attacked? >> no. ♪ 36 minutes after the hour. to extreme weather now. bonechilling weather breaking records across the united states. >> we've got the toes to prove it. in boston, thermometers dipped to minus 9. the coldest day there since 1 1957. new york's central park registered minus 1, the low nest 20 years. >> we have maria tracking that from the weather center. >> reporter: that's right, a mobile weather center. tracking the cold across new york city.
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we did see record-setting cold across the northeastern u.s. throughout the weekend. there was even a reported windchill of minus 114 in upstate new york. that was on white face mountain on the summit. incredible stuff. and now wife temperatures that are gradually getting a little better. it is still a cold morning always head out early this morning. you see currently 16 in new york city, only 5 in boston. you factor in the wind, it feels much colder. feels like 7 below in boston and 7 below in burlington. taking a look at the storm system, you see now it's bringing in snow across north carolina, virginia, and maryland. we are also expecting ice accumulation out there. because of that, we have winter weather advisories in effect and winter storm warnings, as well. eventually the storm system heads north, brings snow to parts of the northeast and then rain and a warmup by tuesday. we'll have more later. back inside. >> i like the warmup idea. thank you. 22 minutes before the top of the hour. presidents' day was originally celebrated with -- officers created to celebrate the birthday of our first president,
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george washington. it's only fitting to have george washington expert on the show on this presidents' day. >> that's right. john kubman iii is a professional washington re-enactor and author of "george washington at war: 1776." he joins us live. good morning. >> good morning. >> we're looking here at perhaps the most authentic re-creation of george washington's uniform, right? >> yes. it was put together by mt. vernon. they did an extensive study. they went through the measurement and so forth. and at their museum they have a life-sized figure with the identical -- >> how does it feel? will. >> very much like wearing a fine wool suit. very comfortable. >> can you describe a little of what we're looking at. >> what you see here, the three stars. commander in chief, three-star general, the epilets. gold-plated buttons as he would have had. the boots and so forth. >> pretty amazing. if you recognize john, if you've
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seen the movie playing george washington -- you're the same dimensions as he. you look a lot the way they say he used to look. you wrote this book and focused on washington at war. tell me about washington the general. >> well, first, he was a very determined person. he would not give up. he would just -- surrender was not an option for him. that was the key to his leadership, his determines. >> how did the fellow soldiers view him? will. >> when i wrote the book "1776," they were just learning about him and didn't know about him. by the end of the war, there were people that said that the soldiers, they adored him. >> up next in the primaries, we have south carolina. what can the gop candidates in particular learn about george washington as a general? and some takeaway points? >> they wouldn't like it. he -- he didn't like political parties. he felt that if we had political parties that they would be divisive working against each other rather than free the american people. >> he was so popular across the
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united states before we had a president. kind of a no brainer. if we're going to have a first one, that guy should be it, right? >> that's exactly what happened. plus, he gave up the power. he was so respected. one of the only revolutionaries to hand over the sword and give up the power. >> he didn't want to be president. he sat there, watched after the revolution, everything falling apart. he was probably the only person to come back, to lace everybody together. >> can you imagine the constitutional convention? they're going come up with a whole new type of government. people were troubled by it. then when they found out that george washington was going to be president of the convention, they said, oh, that's okay. >> he's okay with it. >> thank you very much for joining us on this presidents' day. the book is "george washington at war: 1776." thank you very much. >> thank you. 40 minutes after the hour. you've seen how iran treats our soldiers. but that's nothing compared to how they treat their own women. one of the women at the center of that struggle joins us next. >> you'll want to hear that.
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many say it promoted the black panther party and attacked police officers if you listen to the lyrics and looked at her outfit. >> thanks. iran's military leaders marked the 37th anniversary of its islamic revolution by publicly mocking the u.s. sailors it detained in iran last month. that's just one example of the tug-of-war between the country's hardliners and the moderates. >> yeah. it was maddening to see that re-create the. our guest says iran and its culture are at a tipping point, and the women are at the center of the struggle. dr. nita ansory is author of "the jewels of allah: the untold story of women in iran." she joins us now. thanks for being with us. let's first go back in history a bit. you say before 197, before the islamic revolution and the ayatollah khomeini came in and forced the veil and separated institutions by gender, women on college campuses were wearing miniskirts, really? >> yes. the monarchy emancipated the iraqi woman after centuries of
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seclusion and the church and state being intertwined. and basically what they did was westernized iran overnight. what was understood and embraced was only by a small segment. a significantly traditional population that did not really embrace all the changes that the monarchy instituted. one because you cannot dictate an overnight trend toward a westernized progressive atmosphere after centuries of having a culture of seclusion, women being veiled. so very small segment of the population really embraced and understood what the monarch de. the irony of iran -- monarchy did. the irony of iran is the seeds of the feminist itinerary that was implanted over half a century ago have ironically burgeoned during a patriarchal post-revolutionary cliempt. >> that's interesting that --
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climate. >> that's interesting that you say that. the image we have in the west is that women are isolated and kept down ump say that might not necessarily be accurate. >> no, that's inaccurate. one is that iran has a highly educated family population with women outnumbering men in higher education. >> education, it's okay. sky's the limit if you're a bottom? >> you're allowed to have an education. initial when he khomeini came to power, women were banned from certain fields of study including agriculture, veterinary sciences, mining. slowly through activism, there are women's rights. >> can women sfloet. >> yes, they can. they cannot run for president. >> we have specifics to share with our viewers about women in iran by the numbers. only nine of 290 parliament members are women. 65% of university students are women. 18% of the iranian work force are women. how can women win over even more
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satellites. >> right now iran has the upcoming parliamentary elections. an unprecedented 1,200 women registered. 580 have been allowed to run. that's unprecedented. you know, the numbers are very low meaning that you have a highly educated female population that has not only been debilitated through the sanctions but also the via discriminatory laws. the sanctions have basically been a double-edged sword with the female population. so much so that women often decide to undertake businesses from inside their homes and ordered not to enter this male-dominated climate. >> persecuted. >> exactly. the wonderful thing about the women is their resilience. >> there you go. that's key. this is a side of iran a lot of people are not familiar with. check out the brand new book called "jewels of allah: the untold story of women in iran."
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doctor, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you for having me. coming up on this presidents' day, hundreds of workers now out of a job after their bosses told them this -- >> the best way to stay competitive is to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterrey, mexico -- [ bleep ] >> jobs out of indianapolis into mexico. one of the guys inside the room is going to be here live shortly. and you've seen the product infomercials all over television. brian, do they actually work? we'll put those to the test coming up next.
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told them this caught on camera. >> the best way is to move production from your facilities in indianapolis, to monterrey, mexico. >> [ bleep ] >> yeah, a lot of beeping there. how would you like to move to mexico? if you're living in indianapolis. one of the guys inside that room will be here live this hour. live, from new york city on presidents' day this is "fox & friends." >> hey, everybody, good morning. it is 7:00 on the east coast, and it is presidents' day. many of you probably have the day off. and, so just stay in bed and enjoy us all morning long. this morning we have a washington impersonator. >> he's answering your questions live. so go to the "fox & friends" facebook page to chat with him right now. >> i mean he's an expert. you talk about washington at
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war, washington as president, washington in between wars. he's the man. >> very authentic, too, the way that he's dressed. his costume came from mount vernon. the same artisans from there. >> it is just kind of incongruo incongruous, though, to see washington at a computer. >> yes. after getting out of a town car on his way in. >> it wasn't a town car, it was a lincoln. washington and lincoln. thanks for joining us today. honoring a conservative crusader. >> supreme court justices are remembering justice antonin scalia this morning as new details emerge about the official cause of his death. >> yeah, kristin fisher is live in washington, d.c. following the latest developments. what are they telling you? >> well, the owner of the west texas ranch where justice scalia was found dead is saying that scalia had been his usual personable self at dinner the night before. when they found him in his room the following morning the ranch owner says it was obvious that he passed away in the middle of the night without any difficulty. initially it was reported that the 79-year-old had died of a heart attack but now a texas
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county judge says that was an error. she told fox news that scalia died of natural causes. there were no signs of foul play. funeral and memorial plans have yet to be announced. but the eight remaining supreme court justices are already mourning the loss of this conservative icon. justice ruth bader ginsburg, who was his ideological opposite said, quote, we were best buddies. it was my great good fortune to have known him as a working colleague and treasured friend. justice clarence thomas called him, a man of strong faith, a towering intellect, a legal giant, and a dear, dear friend. it's hard to imagine the courts without my friend. and justice daniel alito a fellow italian american said he was a towering figure who will be remembered as one of the most important figures in the history of the supreme court and a scholar who deeply influenced our legal culture, his intellect, learning, wit, and memorable writings will be sorely missed. and that is especially true among conservatives. next month's arguments include a fight over contraceptives,
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religious liberty and the president's affordable care act. and with scalia no longer on the bench, conservatives have lost a crucial vote in the highest court in the land. the stakes couldn't be any higher. brian, anna and steve. >> kristin, thank you very much. by the way we should point out that according to the guy who owns the ranch, here's the description of when they found his body. we discovered the judge in bed, a pillow over his head, his bedclothes were unwrinkled. so a pillow over his head. >> that's bizarre. >> strange. >> you know, it's strange. there isn't going to be any autopsy. they just say he died of natural causes. >> because he had gone to the doctor in washington on wednesday and thursday, before he went down to texas, and his own personal doctor said yeah, he wasn't feeling well. >> i don't see how that has anything to do with it. unless he says he was terminal. what do you say? oh, he could die? i don't understand -- >> we don't know the nature of what the doctor talked to the justice scalia about.
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>> and -- will be very important and the ripples will be seen throughout the week as people are talking about it in washington. and around the world. all right. also this morning, we are learning that the rnc, you know was under fire after a local gop chair person confirmed that donors did get debate tickets. if you remember on saturday night, donald trump was getting booed after sparring with governor jeb bush. and he was blaming lobbyists and special interests. he said were in the crowd. listen to this. >> let me just tell you this, jeb is so wrong. jeb is absolutely so -- [ booing ] >> that's just so you understand. you know who that is? that's jeb's special interests and lobbyists talking. [ booing ] look, let me just tell you something. jeb -- jeb is so wrong. >> here'sed thing. if you were on google and you looked at some of the most requested -- or some of the things that people were asking the most of google, it was like, why are people booing? we don't quite get why they were
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booing. and if you watching the debate in its totality you realize, okay, the crowd really seems to love jeb, and marco rubio, but, ted cruz, and donald trump, and also john kasich -- and also carson, not so much. well, as it turns out, republican state leaders were doling out the tickets simply to donors, and supporters and things like that. apparently they're blaming cbs. they said we had thousands of requests for tickets but cbs wanted us in the little place, and this was the only way we could put out the tickets. >> they said they weren't able to do a lottery because of the size of the venue. >> he didn't get booed the whole time. he got cheered early on when donald trump opened strongly and in a populist fashion. when he started calling george bush a liar that's when people started flipping. here's one of the tweets that donald trump has put out. he says tickets for future debates should be put out to the general public instead of being given to the lobbyists and special interests. and that is the bosses. so the people of south carolina
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were not properly represented in the audience. he wants to see that done next time in houston. >> i'll tell you what, they have taken four polls down in south carolina since new hampshire. and donald trump, in the very latest poll, he's got his biggest lead yet. he's at 42% according to cbs. apparently according to what i heard on the radio this morning the people in south carolina before new hampshire wanted to know whether or not he could win, and new hampshire proved he could. in second place you've got ted cruz with 20, and marco rubio currently is at 15%. >> yeah -- >> potentially change between now and february 20th. we have senator ted cruz and also governor jeb bush on the program a little bit later. but right now we do need to hand it over to lea gabrielle with headlines. >> good morning. nice to see you. two suspects are now under arrest in the shooting of a mississippi cop. corporal derrick couch was responding to an armed robbery at a convenience store when the two masked suspects took off running. this surveillance video shows the pair moments before that
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alleged robbery. couch chased after them and was shot in the head right in front of the police department. just blocks from the convenience store. he's in critical condition this morning. more trouble for the disgraced former new york governor eliot spitzer. he is now accused of attacking a woman at the plaza hotel in new york city. so far, spitzer has not been charged and his reps say there is no truth to the allegation. if you remember, spitzer resigned from office in 2008 after being linked to a prostitution ring. he was just 14 months into his term as governor of, and he was married at the time. well, homeland security is not screening travelers to the u.s. for the zika virus. instead, a u.s. official says people who show signs of the virus could be referred to the cdc for medical evaluation. pregnant women coming from areas with highest incidents of zika will be screened for symptoms, but just everyday travelers won't undergo a special screening. health officials say screenings wouldn't be effective because most infected people do not have symptoms. well, british airways female
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flight attendants are now free to wear pants. the decision comes after a two-year battle between the cabin crew, and british airways executives. women were formerly only allowed to wear skirts. 83% of all of the british airways team members were on board for that change. and those are your headlines. brian, anna and steve. my question is does everyone get to wear skirts now? >> good question. let us know. >> all right. >> all right, meanwhile yesterday, of course, the day of love. it was valentine's day. simultaneously, it was bitterly cold. it was the coldest day in decades. so this is how we celebrated at our house. at 7:00 in the morning i went out to get my bride, coming up on 30 years, egg mcmuffin's and flowers. >> steve, pancakes and waffles with straw beurberriestrawberri. >> her favorite is egg mcmuffin so that's what she got. >> my husband and i went home to charlotte, mom cooked a
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beautiful dinner. grandma and cousins came by. >> that's great. that is my wife dawn and myself. we are at the concert on saturday night. it was absolutely unbelievable. he's very good. i think he should stick with this music thing. he sold out for three straight years every once a month -- >> did he sing uptown girl? >> he should do i love you just the way you are since you're the picture of your wife there. >> there are so many appropriate songs. >> what a great present you gave her. >> dawn is watching right now. >> i don't think you know dawn. it's presidents' day. she's sleeping in. they were out all night. all right. ten minutes now after the hour. straight ahead, hundreds of workers now out of a job after their bosses told them this -- >> the best way to stay competitive and protect the business for long-term is to move production from our facilities in indianapolis to monterrey, mexico. >> now, one of the men inside that room join us live next.
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more than 1400 workers at an indianapolis heating and ventilating company devastated after being told they're going to lose their jobs. the jobs are being moved to mexico. >> the best way to stay competitive and protect the business for long-term is to move production from our facilities in indianapolis to monterrey, mexico. [ bleep ] >> joining us right now is the united steel workers subdistrict director wayne dale. he represents workers at the plant and was in the room when the news was delivered. he joins us this morning from indianapolis. wayne, did you know why carrier asked you to be in the room? >> no, i didn't. i received a call on february the 9th late in the evening, and they told me that there was an important decision going to be made at the plant, and they'd like for me to be at the plant
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at 10:00 the next day if i could. it was very important that i be there. so, i said i'll be there. >> so you were there, and you, just like everybody else, i'm sure were shocked to hear the news that they're going to move all those jobs down to mexico. but at this point what can you do? if the company says, okay, we got to pay people here in the united states which more than we do in mexico, where the employees are going to make $6 an hour, what can you do? >> well, we can do a lot of things. first we can elect representatives to congress and the president of the united states that's going to fight against these unfair trade policies. and trade agreements. and we've had nafta since 1994 for example. and in 1994 we were exporting about $50 million of goods to mexico. and they were importing -- we were importing about $49 million. but by 2015 december, we were exporting $236 million, and importing $294 million, which is a minus $58 million worth of
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goods. and it's destroying our country. and currently, they're trying to pass a tpp trans-pacific partnership agreement, another unfair trade agreement. so we've got to kill these trade agreements, it's destroying our country. and we're going to reach out to our local communities, state, federal leaders, and ask for their assistance, and do everything we can to see and encourage this company to rescind their decision to move this work to mexico. >> well, i don't know if you heard on saturday night, i was watching the debate and donald trump a couple of times was talking about how carrier's going to move these jobs down to mexico, and if he was president of the united states he would do something about it. i know bernie sanders has also said something to the same effect, that these unfair trade agreements are destroying the american worker. >> yeah, both trump and bernie sanders have been saying that for a long time. and we have to elect people that's going to keep these jobs in our country. and just like these carrier
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workers. i mean they're devastated. they're disappointed. i was at that meeting. some of the employees just put hands over their faces, they were crying as it's just horrible. and i just want to say to everyone, that a person's job is the first line of defense to a perilous life. a person's job is the greatest property that they'll ever own. and companies like carrier are destroying those jobs. they're robbing the employees of their jobs. they're taking this work to mexico because the mexican workers pay -- they're paid $6 an hour with no benefits. and it's just destroying our country it's destroying the lives here, it's destroying the communities, we don't have money for our roads and schools and bridges. and it's got to be reversed. we've got to kill these trade agreements. basically the tpp. because nafta just involves mexico and canada. the tpp is going to involve countries like japan, vietnam, peru, malaysia, and it's going
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to get worse and worse. and we've got to kill these trade agreements. >> sure. because the jobs just go to where the labor is much cheaper, in this case much cheaper in monterrey, mexico. wayne dale, we thank you very much for joining us and telling us your story. live today from indianapolis. thanks, wayne. >> well, thank you very much, steve. >> all right. have a good day on this presidents' day. that is just too bad, isn't it? what do you think about that? e-mail us. meanwhile coming up his battle with donald trump was front and center in saturday night's debate. >> living in dangerous times. this is a man who insults his way to the nomination. >> 24 million in new hampshire. give me a break. >> all right. all right. >> now donald trump is doubling down on his criticism of jeb bush and his family. jeb bush here live to fire back. coming up next. then kanye west just released a new album, so how in the world could kanye be $50 million in the hole? [ music ]
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♪ hey, everybody, time for your news by the numbers. first, $53 million. kanye west revealing on twitter that's his personal debt. he also asked facebook founder mark zuckerberg for some financial help. how do you think that's going to go over? box office breaking $135 million. >> i'm no hero. but when you find out your worst enemy is after your best girl, the time has come to be a superhero. unlikely comic book hero deadpool hitting it big at the domestic box office making its weekend debut to become the highest earning r-rated movie ever. >> wow. >> and finally, $1 billion
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australian dollars. police in sydney busting a drug ring, running liquefied meth hidden in boxes of silicone bra inserts. that's about $900 million in this country. news by the numbers. >> meanwhile, president obama wasting no time letting americans know his next step for the vacant supreme court seat after the passing this weekend to fulfill my nin scalia. constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. there will be plenty of time for me to do so, and for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to give that person a fair hearing, and a timely vote. >> but former florida governor jeb bush says that the senate should reject president obama's supreme court nominee, and he joins us now from miami. good morning, governor. >> good morning. >> okay. so there is a vacancy. but a number of republicans are saying, let the next president pick the next seat on the
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supreme court. do you agree with that? >> whatever the senate decides in terms of their procedures is fine with me. i just think that the nominee of the president should be rejected. and yeah, i think this should be a legitimate issue for november. a lot riding on this. just freedom for example and the second amendment. if you shift the court's philosophy to the left, you're going to have a devastating impact on the things, the liberties that antonin scalia believed in. i think this should be a legitimate question in the november election, and i would run to make sure that we protect our treedoms. that we protect the bill of rights. that we protect a business climate that allows us to rise up again to create jobs again for rising income again. all of this is at stake. and so this is legitimate issue for november and that's the place where it ought to be litigated. >> and how do you fend off criticism from liberals who say that the president still has almost a year left in office. we have new york senator chuck schumer saying that liberals would never do this. they would never filibuster. yet in 2007 we roll the tape of
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him trying to do the very same thing under your brother's leadership. >> exactly. i saw that and i laughed because it was very schumeresque, i guess. the simple fact is that people change their views based on their political realities. this is a legitimate question for the november elections. the president has a right to submit a nominee, for sure. that's his prerogative in the constitution. but the senate has every right to reject it or to not hear it. >> governor, i know we talked on the radio about this a little bit but it's going to be historical, you and your older brother go on to the stump today in south carolina and begin to talk to them about why you should be president of the united states. that will be historic. but after saturday night, i think a lot of people waiting to see if your brother is going to defend his record, that he didn't lie about weapons of mass destruction. that the iraq war wasn't a mistake. that he did not crash the economy. or does he want to put his point of view on there, being as 13.5 million saw the debate and many
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more saw the clips. what do you think? >> i think he's going to be there to show his support for me. and why, going forward, i would be the best commander in chief. that i have a proven record. and a steady hand. that's what i think he's going to talk about. he's not going to get back in the past. he's proud of what he did. and he served with honor. he served with distinction. donald trump criticizing my brother, castigating him, pushing him down, spt going to change anything. in fact, the only person he praised in that debate was vladimir putin. he attacked my brother and praises putin. i don't know if that's going to be work in an election. certainly not in south carolina. >> so governor, what you're saying, i think, is that your brother, who has for the most part stayed out of politics, you know, being critical over the last seven years, is going to take the high road down in south carolina, not going to attack donald trump. >> of course. no, that's not his job. he's -- he's paid his dues. he doesn't have to get in to, you know, get into the slop with donald trump. my job, though, by the way, is to point out --
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>> didn't he bring him in, governor, didn't he bring bush 43 in to it last night and doesn't he feel compelled to defend him? >> i'll take care of that. that's my point. my point is that's my job. donald trump is trying to hijack the republican party. he's not a conservative. he's not a serious guy. he was unhinged in this debate. he's foul mouthed. he's not the kind of person that will lead us to victory in november. a lot is riding on this. not just the presidency but now we see the judiciary, as well. we need someone who has a steady hand, who is a solid conservative, someone who can take our conservative views, and go on the attack in the general election. and mr. trump last night pointed -- made it clear or saturday night made it pretty clear that he's not that guy. >> and you say it was an unhinged moment from him which would suggest that it wasn't something that was thought out but he doubled down on it on one of the sunday shows yesterday. what do you make of that? >> yeah, exactly. that's exactly what i'm saying. he wants to relitigate the past, changing history as it goes along. i'm about the future. we have dangers in this
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country -- facing this country that are serious. both economic and national security questions. and, trump wants to go back to the past, fine. people are concerned about losing jobs. they're concerned about attacks of terror. and his views are not the right views to lead us forward. >> well, we know you've got a busy day. you're going to join your brother out on the stump. and by the way, we should also point out that tonight's sean hannity is going to have a brother-to-brother interview. he's got jeb and george on his program tonight, 10:00 p.m. eastern time. governor, thank you very much for joining us from miami. good luck to you. >> thanks, guys. >> and for consistently coming on. for highs and lows. we truly appreciate it. meanwhile, 29 minutes after the hour. straight ahead, the video is rou outrageious. u.s. sailors at the hands of iranians. john mccain wants answers. >> and pope francis is greeted by the voice of an angel. ♪
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head line duty, lea gabrielle. good morning. >> good morning to you all. and mornings are better with friends. well, senator john mccain wants information from the administration. he is now threatening to subpoena the ten sailors held in iran to testify about their detention. that's only if the findings of an investigation are not handed over by the end of the month. if you remember the sailors were detained by iran's islamic revolutionary guard core last month after their two patrol boats strayed into iranian waters. and they were freed about 16 hours later and the next day. well frightening moments at the albuquerque airport. the avis car rental center shut down after an explosive device was found under a car. the car had been rented somewhere else. travelers were forced to line up for hours to pick up their cars. as a police bomb squad dealt with the device. the fbi and the federal bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives are investigating that incident. so just call it pharma karma. america's so-called most hated
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man, martin shkreli said someone leaked his credit card number online. this after engaging in a shady online deal to buy rights to kanye west's newest album. in a twitter rampage he claims $15 million in bitcoin was stolen. but he vows to get it all back. shkreli's notoriety exploded last year after his firm hiked the price of a life-saving aids pill 5,000% overnight. he is also facing security fraud charges. and those are your headlines. brian, steve and anna, back to you. >> all right, thank you very much. >> thanks. 35 minutes after the hour. >> i was -- my mouth is -- >> thank you very much. >> it is freezing here in new york city. >> it is. >> bone-chilling temperatures breaking records across the northern united states. >> in boston, thermometers dipped to minus 9. the coldest day since 1957. here in new york city they registered minus 1. the lowest reading in two
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decades. >> wow. >> but it was even colder in niagara falls, and that's where maria molina was over the weekend. >> yeah, that's right. we have some photos to share to you this morning from there and just to show you how cold it was. i want to start out with the current -- let's start out with the pictures. that's me and my husband in niagara falls. you can see behind us that was american falls partially frozen. and that's closer shot of it. you could see some parts of it frozen because of just how cold it was. we had windchill temperatures that were as cold as 23 degrees below zero. that's a shot of horseshoe falls illuminated by some snow showers moving through and some lights and trees had a lot of rime ice on them. not the whole thing was frozen but we did see some ice chunks flowing down niagara river and also the waterfall. just a beautiful scene. i think i like niagara falls more during an arctic blast during regular conditions. but let's take a look at your current temperatures. you can see that it is a cold morning today. it's not as cold as it was over the weekend, nonetheless, 17 in
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new york city. 5 in boston. 7 below zero in burlington. you factor in the wind and it feels much colder out there as we head out the door. we have our winter storm that we're tracking bringing in some snow across places like virginia, maryland, and also in north carolina. there will be some snow accumulation with several inches. but the concern about across the mid-atlantic is also ice. eventually things warm up as we head into tuesday. we'll be looking at heavy rain, that snow melting and temperatures as warm as the middle 50s across parts of the northeast. back inside. >> so it's all coming our way. >> yep. >> first snow, then sleet, then ice, then rain. >> it's going to be a mess. >> it is. >> 23 minutes before the top of the hour. today is presidents' day. so george washington is here in our green room, answering your questions about where our country came from, and his role in creating this great nation. george, what do you have? what are people asking you, general? >> well, they want to know who this great general, president and fellow american would support today. >> oh, good question. >> that's a good question.
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>> basically it wouldn't be an individual person in mind but someone who would promote the best for the country, that would perhaps end the divisiveness that seems to be happening, and to promote the welfare of the nation. >> so do you have a name? a single name? >> i'm afraid that there's nop that come to mind at the moment. >> okay. he's a politician. >> all right. and you have an e-mail from grant, one of our viewers asking us, did george washington really lose his teeth and have wooden dentures? your answer? >> true and false. by the time he was president he had lost all of his teeth except for one, which held his dentures. the dentures were made of ivory, carved from ivory. you can still see a set at the mount vernon museum. but no, that's one of the great fallacies and myths is that he had wooden teeth. not true. >> -- he was in constant pain, right? >> if you look at his paintings, as he progresses in age you'll see his face get increasingly more and more swollen because he had increasingly intensive dentures.
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because he started losing his teeth in his 20s, and by the time he was president he had lost pretty much all of them. >> so we're getting lesson this morning to go to the dentist two or three times a year. >> what about that story that he, what was it, threw a dollar across the potomac or something like that? is there any truth to that? >> if you know anything about george washington, he would never throw money away. but he did throw a rock across the rappahannock and modern college baseball players tried to duplicate the feat and they had a hard time doing it. >> lindy an facebook said what is the best book to read to get the most accurate historical account of george washington. what do you recommend? >> i live in george washington war of 1776 which i wrote. won chernow wrote an excellent book i found it to be very helpful. that's what i recommend by ron chernow. >> i know another one, george washington's secret -- >> did he actually chop down a cherry tree? >> there again, why would a farmer chop down a perfectly good fruit-bearing tree? >> doesn't waste money, doesn't
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chop down trees. all right, john, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> good enough. all right. on this washington's birthday, the video is terrifying. a bus full of students burst into flames. what caused that raging inferno amid the snow? >> and donald trump is flanked by the secret service on the campaign trail. what goes into that protection? a former secret service agent gives us an inside look. >> first born on this date in 1951, this british medicine woman was also a queen and she has an emmy and two golden globe awards. be first to e-mail us at friends@foxnews.com with the correct answer.
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all right, quick headlines now. fire caught on camera edition. a bus full of middle school kids on a ski trip burst into flames in washington state. you can see the burned out bus behind a wall of fire. wall of fire on the side of the highway. officials believe a mechanical issue caused an oil leak which sparked the flames. no one was hurt. that's the best news. a dramatic scene in mumbai. make it in india -- make it in india showcase, 25,000 people are sent running after a fire engulfs the stand during the opening ceremonies. the night meant to showcase the best of indian culture. not a good start. steve? >> bernie sanders is now the fourth presidential candidate during this campaign to receive secret service protection. joining ben carson, hillary clinton, and donald trump. here to give us an inside look at what goes into a presidential
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detail is former secret service agent. >> good morning. >> this is really interesting stuff. first of all, what is the threshold where somebody winds up with a secret service detail, if they're running for president? >> right. so it's interesting, because most people think that it's the secret service that makes that decision. and they're actually not. it's the secretary of the department of homeland security, jeh johnson, who will consult with a congressional advisory committee, and they, together, make that decision. essentially the decision-making process is on the secretary of homeland -- >> does the candidate, evy, contact homeland security and say, we've been getting all these threats? >> yes. >> or we're worried about something. >> sometimes they'll go directly to the secret service and say hey, we'd like protection. and the secret service will then pass it on. and the advisory committee which is the house majority leader, the minority leader, the senate majority leader, the senate minority leader and one other individual they consult and look at a variety of things. they'll look at how popular this
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person, the opinion polls. they'll also look at the level of contributions, as a threshold, $10 million. they'll look at that. and of course they'll look at the threat levels. are there legitimate threats. does this person really need protection? all those things come together. then they make that decision. because as we know when you make the decision to protect someone, the burden, the taxpayer murden is immense. >> let's take a look at that. $123.5 million have been approved for 2016 for candidate protection. candidate protection. and at least $40,000 a day is needed to protect a single presidential candidate. >> wow. >> those numbers are, you know, startling when you're thinking about kitchen table pom politics and having a real, solid budget. when did that go into place where the candidates, not just an actual president? >> robert f. kennedy is when it all happened. he was assassinated. he didn't have -- the secret service did not protect candidates at that time. >> did he have a bodyguard? >> but no offense to the bodyguards out there but it's a completely different animal when you're doing protection.
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bodyguards are, forgive me language, the meat shield. and that's not protection. this is protection. protection is the thought process, the advanced process, what the layers of security that you create around someone. if that last layer of threat is just you physically standing in front of someone to trach a bullet, you failed. >> and you personally have experience being out on a campaign trail with a candidate, barack obama in 2012. how is it different when you're protecting a candidate? because they want to be seen as a man of the people, of the people, or woman of the people, and taking questions. and all of that. when they're in public places, how hard is your job? >> you know, it's a bit of a growing pains process because they're not used to it. we saw with one of the last elections, mccain, he didn't want secret service protection. because he was concerned, he's like they're going to be between me and the public. you want to touch people. you want to go out there. you want to shake hands because that's how you get elected. >> sure. >> and the secret service kind of wants to put that distance between you and the public. so there's a bit of that growing pains process, watching them,
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letting them know look, this is what we suggest you do or don't do. it's really a compromise. sometimes it's hard. >> well, we saw firsthand last week when we were at that diner up in new hampshire last week, where the people were already there. and donald trump was coming in, and secret service said, excuse me, ma'am, would you just stand up, we'd like to wand you. and this guy right over here and they're we're just here for the home fries. >> yeah. they wand people. they do it real quick. you'll see them if you ever see a rope line. they'll look at people's hands. get your hands out of your pockets. it's just a compromise. you do the best you can given the circumstances. >> we want everybody safe when they're running for president. >> eve v poumpouras, thank you so much. >> straight ahead, it is any skier's worst nightmare. stuck on a ski lift, when it's below zero. the rescue caught on camera. we're going to tell you where that is coming up next. >> and the maker's of this can say you don't even need any butter or oil. nothing is going to stick. >> is that cheese? >> yep, we're going to melt some it for you. we're putting it to the test coming up.
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>> wow. so does this work, the five second fix? before you call up lifestyle expert with fitbutler.com chris drew is here to tell us what works and what doesn't. you actually got this, right? >> i did. and i did not pull a 1,000 some pound truck out of a ditch. however, it does work. >> it does? >> with smaller items. all you do is five second fix. it's kind of like a superglue. put a little glue on? >> stick it together, it might be a two person job. the only time it hardens is under the uv light. supposed to hold it in there for five seconds. again -- >> has this ever been together? >> we might have broken it. somehow. but it does. i tested it out in the green room and it does harden just under this light. >> so you're saying this -- >> i'm saying this is a winner, and not for large items. but for small items like glasses and things like that. >> all right. the next one is the wallet ninja. should we buy it? let's take a look.
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>> not any of these but it's right here in my wallet. this is the wallet ninja. it's got four screwdrivers -- >> wow this seems like something i must have. it's got wenches and screwdrivers and it can open up a bottle. >> also a ruler in here. you're not giving it enough credit. it's also like a screwdriver. it might even change your tire. i don't know. but i know that i love it. i say it's a buy. merely because it is $10 and it makes me so happy and it's a conversation starter. >> the thing is, that's what the shipping usually costs. how does that even -- >> how do you not need the wallet ninja? we're going to move on to the pan. >> now, our last item is the slip stone pan. let's see how it's supposed to work. >> you can't cook an egg on it. but you can cook on slip stone cook ware. the technological breakthrough that -- >> so we had a breakthrough with slip stone. now, tell me about this pan, and tell me if it really does
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everything it does in that commercial? >> well we're currently burning a piece of cheese on it. i want you to see if it's going to peel off of there nicely. see? >> it does peel. >> this is definitely a must-buy. >> really? >> see how it browns things, as well. >> can you see that? >> but it's also nonstick. a lot of the nonstick pans aren't going to give you that nice sear. so i'm saying this is a definite must. >> how much does this cost? >> this is $19.99. >> we should actually buy it. >> you should definitely buy it especially if you want to burn cheese in the morning. >> we have the dutch glow scratch aid is not here. you probably should just save your money on that one. >> leave it? >> just try not to scratch your furniture. >> right. now we did not -- we liked almost everything except for e the -- >> are you going to make fun of my wallet ninja again? >> let me just see. >> we might need to give this
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another -- >> more glue. >> this might be user malfunction. i'm not sure. >> if you agree or disagree, let us know. we're going to follow up at the end of the show. all right, chris thanks so much. i appreciate it. >> thank you. >> whoever's glasses these is we apologize. ted cruz promises a filibuster to any nominee for the supreme court. he's going to be here live next hour. then a remarkable story of survival. a toddler trapped in her car seat after her mom flipped the car into the river and an officer heard her cry for help. >> get over here. we're helping. we're coming. better get down here. >> that officer believes the cry for help was an angel. he joins us with the inspiring story straight ahead.
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how you feeling? hope you're doing well, it's monday the 15th of february it 2016. i'm anna kooiman. new information raising questions about the unexpected death of supreme court justice antonin scalia. was he found with a pillowcase on his head? meanwhile, ted cruz says he will absolutely filibuster obama's nominee to replace justice scalia. we're going to ask ted cruz about that when he joins us in the next 20 minutes. and a story that will give you chills. after finding a car in the river with an 18-month-old hanging from her car seat for 14 hours. a police officer says he heard a cry for help from an angel. >> get over here meadows! we're helping. we're coming! >> oh, that officer joins us live for his very first national interview to describe the divine intervention that helped save that girl's life. let me remind you that mornings are better with friends.
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okay -- >> change the words to -- ♪ i'm patriotic and i know it >> ladies and gentlemen, it is presidents' day. also known as george washington's birthday. and we've got a george washington re-enactor with us. john koopman iii. he's an expert on george washington. he's taking all your questions on facebook and answering the best he can. >> if you've got a question go to our website foxandfriends.com. or our facebook page as well and he will answer your questions. >> one minute now after the hour. our final hour on this day. honoring our conservative crusader. supreme court justices are remembering justice antonin scalia this morning. as new details emerge about the official cause of his death. >> kristin fisher is live in washington, d.c. following the latest developments.
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kristin, what's new? what can you tell us? >> well, funeral and memorial plans have yet to be announced but the eight remaining supreme court justices are already mourning the loss of this conservative icon. justice clarence thomas called him a man of strong faith, a towering intellect, a legal giant and a dear, dear friend. it's hard to imagine the court without my friend. justice samuel alito said he was a towering figure will be remembered as one of the most important figures in the history of the supreme court. and a scholar who deeply influenced our legal culture, its intellect, learning, wit and memorable writings will be sorely missed. and justice ruth bader ginsburg, who was his ideological polar opposite said, quote, we were best buddies. it was my great good fortune to have known him as a working colleague, and as a treasured friend. overnight justice scalia's body was flaen from texas to virginia. he was found dead at a ranch in rural west texas saturday morning. the owner of that ranch said it was obvious that he passed away
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in the middle of the night without any difficulty. but that same ranch owner told a group of reporters that he discovered the judge in bed with a pillow over his head. investigators say there were no signs of foul play. there's no need for an autopsy. initially it was reported that the 79-year-old had died of a heart attack. but a texas county judge now says that was an error. she now says that justice scalia died of natural cases. brian, anna and steve? >> kristin, thank you very much. so a pillow over his head. not a pell low case. >> right. >> meanwhile in washington, d.c. they're already starting to talk about who should replace justice scalia. keep in mind, we are less than a year away from the next president coming in, and republicans are saying you know what? there's been a rule for years on the books called the thurman rule where generally no lifetime appointments should be made in the last six months of a lame duck presidency. some have said in the last year. and so now republicans who are running for president are trying to turn this into a campaign --
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>> mitch mcconnell's made clear there's not going to be a vote. he said that flat-out. this happened hours before the debate takes place on the stage saturday and that's when ted cruz weighed in. >> does that mean that you're going to filibuster anyone, anyone that president obama nominates? >> absolutely. this should not be a decision for the people, george. we've got an election and you know, democrats, i cannot wait to stand on that stage with hillary clinton or with bernie sanders and take the case to the people, what vision of the supreme court do you want? >> now we have some fib rals mocking republicans, including senator chuck schumer of new york saying this about senator cruz. >> you know the constitution ted cruz holds the constitution when he walks through the halls of congress. let him show me the clause that says the president's only president for three years? this kind of obstructionism isn't going to last. and you know, we democrats didn't do this.
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>> seemed so outraged about it. but what's curious about it is actually in 2007 he tried to do the very same thing and we have the tape. >> oh, no. >> he should not confirm any bush nominee to the supreme court except in extraordinary circumstances. >> well, you know, 13 months anthony kennedy got confirmed during the last year of ronald reagan's term. but, it was pointed out, too, that there's no reason why anthony kennedy, he was the third option. they rejected the previous two other nominees which took up a lot of that time so the vote did happen, but it was clear they were not going to get confirmed so that's why the 13 months is when reagan got his last justice. >> and some names have been tossed around. president obama hasn't said who he's considering but cabinet members and politicians, and current judges, a couple of them, attorney general loretta lynch also homeland security secretary jeh johnson. >> also on the list is republican orrin hatch, which would be interesting.
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meanwhile, given the fact that justice scalia died when you look at the top trends online over the last couple of years, look at this. u.s. trend, scalia, that makes sense. grayson allen, duke, and there you have number four, clarence thomas. why would clarence thomas, who is very much alive, and also a justice on the supreme court, be trending? well take a look at some of the twitters. can clarence thomas be next? somebody tweeted. fingers crossed, clarence thomas is next. somebody should stand next to clarence thomas at scalia's funeral and whisper, your turn. so the -- some very intolerant people on twitter hoping that the only african-american justice on the supreme court dies quickly. >> right. it will be very interesting to see if barack obama puts somebody up that is actually -- it is almost apolitical. that republicans might say, i have trouble seeing their point of view, and democrats say i
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have trouble seeing it because they don't make it intriguing. he puts a liberal person up there will be a fight to the death. if he puts somebody up there that isn't so much a, you know, be palatable to republicans, it will be interesting if they change their tune because they are betting on winning this election. >> but -- >> if they lose the election then they've got to get a liberal -- and they lose the senate. >> but there have been some conservative presidents who pick somebody they believe to be in the more of a conservative justice and then they wound up -- >> like souter and kennedy. >> for the most part it seems like the consolidating on the political right, with the next guy. >> and whoever is -- >> yeah, exactly. >> and whoever is chosen could help to shape the future of america's culture. we've got some issues right now on immigration, obamacare, abortion, affirmative action and public labor unions all being heard. so it's very important. >> coming up a little bit later ted cruz is going to weigh in there. very few people know the constitution better than ted cruz who actually argued cases in front of the supreme court. which stood out saturday night
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was the real personal arguing between i think cruz, rubio, cruz, trump, and of course, trump and jeb bush. and that's when not only personal, it got into the family. listen. george bush need a mistake. we can make mistakes. that one was a beauty. we should have never been in iraq. there were no weapons of mass destruction. >> i'm sick and tired of him going after my family. my dad is the greatest man alive in my mind. >> we also heard senator rubio step up and he said thank god that president bush was in office, and not al gore, and also mentioned that president bill clinton should have killed osama bin laden when he had the chance. >> right. also, speaking of al gore, he also thought there were weapons of mass destruction there on larry king talking about it as did bill clinton as did every intelligence agency in the free world. but jeb bush was on earlier today, and i asked him, with us
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this morning i asked him do you feel as though your brother has got to defend himself and his actions, after donald trump called him out on saturday night. and will he do it on the stump today in south carolina. here's what he said. >> my point is that's my job. donald trump is trying to hijack the republican party. he's not a conservative. he's not a serious guy. he was unhinged in this debate. he's foul mouthed. he's not the kind of person that will lead us to victory in november. a lot is riding on this. not just the presidency but now we see the judiciary, as well. we need someone who has a steady hand, who is a solid conservative, someone who can take our conservative views, and go on the attack in the general election and mr. trump last night pointed -- made it clear or saturday night made it pretty clear that he's not that guy. >> so the reason george w. bush came up in the debate is because george w. bush is actually going to be joining jeb bush out on the stump later today in south carolina. keep in mind george bush won the south carolina primary when he was running for president, as
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did his father. they're hoping that, you know, history repeats itself for the bush family. again, with jeb, jeb by the way, and his brother, are going to be on hannity tonight, 10:00 p.m. eastern on the fox news. >> cbs did a poll and said who won the debate? rubio they say won it. second place with trump. followed by kasich. >> meanwhile the cbs poll trump his lead is actually widening. right now with republicans who are going to vote this weekend. 42% say they support donald trump, looks kick zblshs is that after the debate or before? >> after the debate. there have been four -- >> four after new hampshire. ted cruz has 20% and marco rubio has -- >> a lot of working-class voters in south carolina who does appeal to them. right now at ten minutes after the hour, lea gabrielle joins us with news headlines. >> good morning, guys. more trouble for the disgraced former new york governor eliot spitzer. the expolitician is now accused of attacking a woman at the plaza hotel in new york city. now, so far spitzer has not been
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charged. and his reps say there is no truth to the allegations. you remember spitzer resigned from office in 2008 after he was linked to a prostitution ring. he was only 14 months into his term as governor then. and he was married at the time. and while you were sleeping, a virgin airlines plane bound for new york was forced to return to london. after a laser targeted the cockpit. the pilot suffering a medical issue as a result just after takeoff the plane carrying 252 passengers had to quickly turn back to heathrow airport. the airline now working with police to track down the source of that laser. and a fox news alert. four american journalists have been arrested in bahrain. the journalists were covering the anniversary of a 2011 uprising over political rights. when witnesses say that they were taken into custody. well their names, and where they worked have not yet been released. officials in bahrain have declined to comment. the u.s. embassy there is aware of the arrests. and those are your headlines. back to you.
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>> all right very much, lea. meanwhile 11 minutes after the hour. the battle lines have been drawn about replacing justice scalia. is this the issue that will define the 2016 campaign? peter johnson jr., legal scholar in his own right, next. and a truly remarkable story of survival. a toddler trapped in her car seat after her mother flipped their car into a river. and an officer heard a cry for help and jumped in to action. >> get over here. we're helping. we're coming. >> oh, my and believe it or not that officer believes the cry for help was an angel. he joins us with the inspiring story straight ahead live from new york city on this presidents' day. you're late for work.
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as you heard just a few moments ago, hours after the death of supreme court justice antonin scalia, the president vowed to nominate a replacement in what he referred to as due time. and the republicans promised to block that effort. how big of an impact will this have on the rest of the
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presidential campaign? fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. is here to discuss. >> good morning, steve. good morning, everybody. happy holidays. this is going to have an impact that no one thought it would. there will be a third democratic running mate in the 2016 election. and that will be president obama's nominee to the united states supreme court. to replace justice scalia. as much as the republican leadership is saying, well, we can't do this, we don't want that, as much as the candidates are saying, no, no, the president doesn't have a right, well the president does have a right under the constitution to send a nominee to the senate. the senate will have to deal with that person. that person will likely be a liberal democrat. >> sure. >> that will incur the wrath of the republican senate and a lot of americans. and that will become a huge issue in this election. we talk about franklin roosevelt, and the packing of
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the united states supreme court. in the 1930s. >> there were a lot of justices -- >> -- justices to the supreme court. but democrats will say now the republicans are trying to unpack the united states supreme court and that they've frozen the judiciary in the united states of america with a 4-4 tie at the supreme court in washington. so this has become a huge, huge issue that people had never heard of the supreme court are going to be talking about going forward. >> and peter, is there, you know, during the fdr years, i've forgotten the astronomical number of justices who sat on the supreme court. is there by law a number of justices that -- >> it's nine. and four conservatives, as it four, four liberals, as it were, and so, the cases that go forward now, if there's a 4-4 tie, the decision of the lower court, whether it's the highest court of the state, or a circuit court of appeals, that stands. >> sure. >> so the supreme court won't
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get an opportunity to decide if they're deadlocked. this is fraught with a lot of issues for the democrat party, and for the republicans. the republicans will be accused of trying to freeze now the judiciary in the united states. the democrats will be accused through this president of a power grab. why can't you wait, mr. president? you know there's going to be election. you know that the will of the people should be exercised. wait for the next president, whoever that is. don't make the choice now. >> so, you're setting up a battle royale in washington, d.c. both sides will accuse the other side of politicizing this. >> and deadlock, and freezing, and not doing the right thing for america. this will be interesting going forward. >> all right. peter johnson jr. thank you very much. >> good to see you. >> all right. meanwhile, straight ahead, hundreds of workers now out of a job after their bosses told them this. >> it appears that the best way to stay competitive is to move production from our facilities in indianapolis to monterrey,
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all right. let's take a quick look at your headlines. an avalanche caught on camera. ice and snow cascading down from the famed half dome rock
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formation at yosemite national park. the hiker who recorded the video says there was a loud boom before the avalanche. and dozens of people rappelled to safety after a tram gets stuck in subzero temperatures at a new hampshire ski resort 40 feet in the air. rescue crews swooped in to lower people to safety. officials say there was a brake issue. all right. great story this morning. 24 minutes after the hour. it's a remarkable story of survival. rescuers saving an 18-month-old who was found hanging upside down in her car seat for 14 hours after her mother flipped their car into a river, in northern utah. it all happened last march. but it was a mysterious cry for help that led rescuers to her. >> get over here betles. we're helping. we're coming! better get down here. >> one of those officers, tile ter, believes the cry for help was an angel.
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and writes about it in his new book called "proof of angels." officer tyler beddoes joins us now. thanks for joining us and for what you did for that little girl. >> thank you. worked out great. >> you guys get a call and you're heading to the scene and you flipped on your body cameras, that's the images that we've been able to see. >> correct. >> and what did you hear? >> when we get to the scene the car is upside down in the spanish river. it's a cold day, icy river. as we get down into the river not knowing exactly who's inside or what, because it's so smashed. and when we get down into the car is when we hear a voice saying help me, help me. so that's when we really, you know, amped up our extra motivation to get inside. >> what did the voice sound like? zplit was an adult woman's voice. a calming voice. >> but there was no adult in the car, though, that was living, right? >> at the time we thought sure there's an adult in here. so we actually got together, pushed the car onto it side and that's when we saw the mom had been deceased for hours.
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>> officer, you weren't the only one who heard that voice. >> no, there was four officers on scene. all four of us heard the voice. >> what about people who say i don't believe in angels. there's no way this story happened. there has to be some other explanation. >> it's tough because my faith was kind of in the dumps at that time, too. the feelings i got, when we flipped the car over there was no other explanation for it other than an angel. there's nobody else there. >> you say the little girl made a full recovery? >> yes, she's fantastic. she's full recovery. just like a normal 2-year-old. no side effects. >> and how has your faith been transformed by this experience? you say that you were in a dark place. what do you mean? >> i was in a dark spot, due to some bad calls i had had the previous two years. >> like what? >> i had a quadruple homicide i helped investigate with some children. >> a quadruple homicide? >> yeah, a dad had murdered his wife, mother-in-law and two children and that tested my faith to see these children that were similar to my two children's age murdered was
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tough for me. so started to douth my faith. and then when this came around it really changed everything for me. >> how has it strengthened your relationship with god, you say? >> it's really, i mean it's just, i wondered why i ever doubted him. to see now i just start looking at the beauty around, the positive impacts, to see this little girl survive after 14 hours in a freezing cold car. her mom was dead so she was by herself. that's breaks my heart. that was really just what transformed my faith. >> i know you're able to help other people with this story. and your small group at church, and by writing this book. what made you want to write the book and share it with the world? >> i got e-mails all over the world, phone calls, china, canada, usa, of course, and so i just wanted to, i thought, if this can affect and change one person, i'm just going to weigh everything, put it all on paper. my cowriter did a great job with me. and that's all my experiences in there. >> when we see those images and you just imagine the car seat being upside down and literally the river running through the
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car this could have ended very different. you say she made a full recovery. how have you been interacting with her family along the way? >> i've remained close touch with the dad. he's been great to me. the family of jenny, killed in the crash, they've been fantastic and really supportive of it. so it's been great. >> we do a lot of amazing stories on this show. this one is on the top of the list. thank you so much. the book again is called "proof of angels." officer tyler beddoes, we appreciate your time. >> thank you. >> 28 minutes after the hour. senator ted cruz promises to filibuster anyone president obama nominates for the supreme court. how does he plan to do that? we will ask him. he is here live coming up next. and peyton manning is at the center of a disturbing lawsuit. but the star quarterback is accused of dolling in college. the future belongs to the fast.
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the two teed off with a long list of other celebrities who showed off their skills on the links, and the dancing, too. >> and of course -- >> never going to be able to get away from that. >> he went out and danced with the stars and reclaimed his fame. >> very nice. what other dance did he do, the macarena? >> i thought he was pretty amazing. >> i never watched. >> we've got ted cruz in the ondeck circle. he's going to be with us in just a moment. if you've got a question for him, e-mail us real quick, in the mean time 27 minutes before the top of the hour on this presidents' day and here she is the first lady of headlines lea gabrielle. >> thank you for that new title. all right, everyone, two suspects are now under arrest in the shooting of a mississippi cop. corporal derrick couch was responding to an armed robbery at a convenience store when the two masked suspects took off running. this surveillance video shows the pair moments before that alleged robbery. couch chased after them and was shot in the head right in front of the police department. just blocks from the convenience store.
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he's in critical condition this morning. a desperate search for an air force airman who vanished last week. he was last seen leaving his dover apartment last sunday evening. a search was launched when the 21-year-old failed to report for duty at dover air force base. his truck was found abandoned near a bridge. this morning's search focusing on the outskirts of the chesapeake and delaware canal. and more than 1400 workers at the indianapolis heating and ventilating company devastated after being told that they are losing their jobs to mexico. united steelworkers sub district director wayne dale who represents workers at the plant joined us earlier. >> they're devastated. they're disappointed. i was at that meeting. some of the employees put hands over their faces. they were crying, it just -- horrible. and i just want to say to
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everyone, that a person's job is the first line of defense to a perilous life. a person's job is the greatest property that they'll ever own. >> dale says they will be reaching out to their state and federal leaders to ask for their help. and they'll do everything they can to keep their jobs here in the u.s. so kanye west taking to twitter this weekend to tweet about his debt. he says, i write this to you, my brothers, while still $53 million in personal debt please pray we overcome. this is my true heart he also asked mark zuckerberg for help. but that's not his only controversy that's brewing. taylor swift's brother posting this video showing him throwing away clothing line kanye owns. he did this after the recent lyric aimed at taylor swift claiming responsibility for her fame. and those are your headlines. >> all right, thank you very much. meanwhile let's go down to
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aiken, south carolina, ted cruz, who would like to be our next president of the united states, joins us live. good morning, senator. >> good morning. great to be with you. >> i know over the weekend you said that you would absolutely filibuster the president's nominee to replace justice scalia. why would you do that? explain it to our audience. >> well, listen, justice scalia's passing really underscores the stakes of what this election are all about. the supreme court is exquisitely balanced. justice scalia was a lion on the court. he was someone i've known for 20 years. he spent decades on the court defending the constitution. and for the last 80 years the senate has not confirmed any nominee nominated during an election year. and we should not do so this time, either. this nomination could dramatically alter the balance of power on the u.s. supreme court. we have an election going on right now. i believe we should make it the
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2016 election a referendum on the supreme court. and i got to tell you, i cannot wait to stand on that debate stage with hillary clinton or bernie sanders and make the case to the american people. because one more liberal justice, and we will see our fundamental rights taken away. we will see the court mandating unlimited abortion on demand. see the court effectively erasing the second amendment right to keep and bear arms from the constitution. and we would see the court dramatically undermining the religious liberty of americans all across this country. >> senator -- >> i don't think the american people want that. but we've got an election coming up to decide that. >> and i know that's how you feel. but how would you feel if it was a republican president and a minority democratic senate, would you be on the other side of the issue? >> well, that was actually the position of the democrats, chuck schumer had that position when it was a republican president. actually, he said the last 18 months of george w. bush's tenure they shouldn't confirm any supreme court justices. so that's been what the democrats do. we have an election.
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this election is coming up in november just a few months from now. this election will decide it. i called for the senate not to take up this confirmation. i was very pleaseded to see republican leadership following what i called for and saying we're not going to take it up. that's the right thing to do, and it's the respect that the american people are owed. when it comes to what is at stake in this election, very little compares to preserving our constitutional rights, our religious liberty, our second amendment, and i'll tell you, i think that was one of the things in the debate we had this weekend that really has changed the dynamic of the republican presidential race. is that people are realizing we need to nominate someone who we can trust to pick strong, principled, constitutionallists to the court because if we don't we'll lose our basic rights. >> your principles have actually been attacked by some of the other gop candidates, senator marco rubio in particular, i
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want to get your response to this exchange during the debate. listen. >> we've got a bound site. >> marco went on univision, in spanish, and said he would not rescind president obama's illegal executive amnesty on his first day in office. i have promised to rescind every single illegal executive action, including that one. >> i don't know how he knows what i said on univision because he doesn't speak spanish. and second of all, the other point that i would make -- >> [ speaking spanish ] in espn yo. >> you went and showed that you do know how to speak panache. he also on fox news sunday said you lied about his position on marriage and planned parenthood, and we all saw what he did to dr. ben carson. your response? >> well, listen, it really is an amazing thing that both marco rubio and donald trump, whenever any yawn pints to their actual
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record they have this strange practice of just screaming liar. if you look at what i said there, every word i said was true, and factual and accurate. i pointed out that marco rubio, in florida, supported and voted for in-state tuition for illegal aliens. that is true. that's a fact. he doesn't like that fact but it is a fact. i pointed out that he went on univision, and told jorge ramos that he would not rescind president obama's illegal executive action on the first day in office. that is true. that's a fact. by the way, i will rescind the illegal executive action on the first day in office. as i observed in the debate, marco rubio's position right now today is that we should grant citizenship to all 12 million people here illegally. that is his position today. that's true and it's a fact. and he said it from the debate stage just a couple of debates ago. and yet i guess marco's team has told him, well, if anyone brings up your actual record, the fact that over and over and over again you've supported amnesty,
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just yell liar. just scream you're lying, you're lying, you're lying. it's the same thing donald trump does and it's very curious. because you can bring up the video and watch marco saying it from his own mouth. but yet i guess his team has decided instead you just should insult people and claim it's a lie and they're hoping -- >> we did hear a lot of the liar word. you're right. over the weekend. in a number of capacities. you are down in south carolina. you had the debate in south carolina this upcoming weekend is all about south carolina. the very latest cbs battleground poll has come out. it turns out currently donald trump has his biggest lead so far. he's at 42%. you're at 20%. marco rubio is at 15%. and john kasich is followed by jeb bush and then ben carson. how in the next week, senator, are you going to close the gap with donald trump? >> well, let me point out something on what you said in the beginning. when you said we've heard the word liar over and over again. this is where the truth matters.
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it is a fact that marco supported illegal immigrants getting in-state tuition. there's no gray about it. it is an absolute fact. >> but how do you -- how are you going to close the gap -- >> he's got -- >> how are you going to close the gap with donald trump. i know you're going aggressively at him -- >> actually, those polling numbers are predominantly taken before the debate. what we are seeing happening is donald's numbers are plummeting after the debate and i think it's a couple of things. i think number one, that the time for the circus, i think is over. people realize, particularly with justice scalia's passing, that the stakes are serious. that we need a serious nominee who will defend the constitution. and listen, donald, i like donald personally. he's a very talented entertainer. but he has been a liberal his entire life. he has for 60 years of his life described himself as very, very pro-choice. he has supported partial birth abortion. even on the stage, this weekend,
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he supported taxpayer funding for planned parenthood. he called me a liar when i said it -- >> he said his -- [ talking at once ] >> but the difference is ronald reagan became a conservative. donald trump has never become a conservative. and you know why we know that donald would appoint liberals to the u.s. supreme court? we know that because for four decades he has been giving money to liberals from jimmy carter. he supported jimmy carter against ronald reagan. he's given money multiple times to hillary clinton. he's given money to chuck shumer, to harry reid. >> and he's also given money to republicans, too. >> to john kerry against -- >> supports senator john mccain -- >> what he has said -- >> he said -- ten seconds. >> but hold on, let me finish this point. anyone that writes checks to john kerry and chuck schumer and harry reid does not care about putting conservative justices on the court. because those individuals fought
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tooth and nail to prevent conservative justices, and we are one justice away from losing the second amendment. if you vote for donald trump, we will see the second amendment written out of the constitution because one liberal justice will do that. >> gotcha. senator -- >> and senator cruz thanks so much. i know how busy you are. i know every moment counts. thanks so much for getting up with us this morning. and look forward to an exciting finish in the next five days. >> we appreciate it. >> thank you very much. >> enjoy south carolina. more "fox & friends" coming up in two minutes. don't go anywhere.
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all right fresh off his super bowl win nfl star peyton manning is mentioned in a serious sex assault lawsuit. >> our lea gabrielle is here with more. what's this about? >> good morning, guys. you know, he has a squeaky clean reputation. but broncos quarterback peyton manning is accused of sexual assault dating back to his college days. manning just named in a title ix
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lawsuit against his alma mater the university of tennessee. a group of six unidentified women claim the school mishandled reports of sexual assault by student athletes. this happened apparently between the years of twirn and 2015. but that 64 page document also includes a sexual harassment complaint for 1996 involving manning. who was a student at the time. in it, it says a female trainer claims manning exposed himself to her as she was examining his foot in the training room. at the time manning said it was actually a prank that was intended for another student athlete. well, this new lawsuit against the school claims the university did not do enough when sexual assault allegations involved athletes. according to the federal suit leaders like a head football coach mishandled or covered up the crimes. some students say the allegations are not surprising. >> so appalling. but the athletics program is what brings in so much money. and i think that they might do
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that if they're trying to keep bringing in more cash. >> and meanwhile, an attorney for the school claims the university acted lawfully and in good faith handling the cases that were outlined in the suit. anna, brian and steve, back to you. >> that was one student's opinion. but you can imagine, he has seen as a god at the university of tennessee. i imagine a lot are coming to his side. >> he said he only mooned somebody in the locker room. we heard a lot about mooning over the last 36 hours. >> we sure have. also in the news are you running errands with your dog but don't want to tie him up outside? there's a high tech solution for you. you're going to meet the dark parker, next. >> is this a good or bad idea? >> first let's check in with bill hemmer. >> what now in the death of justice scalia, reaction from all sides on that. president bush emerges on the trail five days before the south carolina primary. what's the effect of his appearance? 36 hours after that cage match of a debate, who emerges from the smoke onstage.
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hi, friends. >> looking for a place to park your pup when you run a few errands. look no further than the high tech smart house that found its way to sidewalks across the country. the creator of the dark parker, chelsea brownridge is here to revisit anna, they're longtime friends. we used to lifeguard together and the dog winston is the model dog that we have today. tell me about the dog parker. >> it's a single ack paens doghouse. we put them on side walks outside of stores where you can't bring your dog. especially on a cold day, a
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really hot day, they're temperatured controlled. >> people don't want them inside? >> it's a health department regulation. you can't have them inside. >> you know you're going to have some critics going really, you're going to put your dog in a box while you're at breakfast? >> they're meant for short term. we're finding the average trip is about 10 to 15 minutes. it's a quick cup of coffee, a quick run to the grocery store. >> that's a little credit card there. you become a member and now you're in there? by the way, i am so jealous of that dog. it is so warm in there. >> it's warmer inside here. >> what about people that want to get into the dog parker handing behind us? >> in order for this to work you probably ought to have these things all over a city or all over a community. how many areas are you in right now? >> right now we've got five locations. we're really excited. we just got a local manufacturer in queens who is going to be putting out 100 for us this spring. >> how much a month? >> so it's not a monthly. it's by the minute. so 20 cents a minute to park your dog. >> you have to be a member? >> what's the biggest dog that could fit in here?
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>> this is our medium size. it's a great question. we have a larger one that's a story taller and wider. so that's meant for golden retrievers, labs, german shepherds. >> does that cost the same? >> it costs the same. >> how many cities is it in? >> we're just in brooklyn right now. you could go to our website dog parker -- >> can you put him back in here? >> oh, sure. come on, win stan. >> dog parker.com to find more information. we're giving away free memberships to people who live in brooklyn. >> how many people want to get in that? it's so warm. >> it's warm. >> here's the other concern i would have,ails sometimes. >> sure. >> it could fail here, too. >> we've got a lot of -- we've got a lot of redundancies in the house. if technology ever runs down an old-fashioned key right here on the back. >> thanks so much, chelsea for ever coming back. >> the dog parker. innovation never stops. >> all right. can we bring you back out during the break? >> sure, absolutely.
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the floor. they go on and on and on. >> and donna says, we've got a lot of them. i love my furniture feet. as soon on tv they work perfectly. i have them on all my chairs. wrong to say don't buy because they are a fight tight. >> after the show show george washington on. bill: morning, everybody, the battle that could shape the supreme court for decades to come and promises to throw the election into overdrive. antonin scalia making his final journey home and the fight to find a successor begins. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to america's newsroom. i'm bill hemmer. heather: i'm heather childers in for martha maccallum. president obama vows to nominate and justice saying it's his constitutional responsibility. >>

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